There is no better way to exterminate the past and usher in the future, and celebrate the institution of marriage with Daleks. As long as the Doctor doesn’t show up and ruin everything anyway. There’s nothing worse then a Dalek-themed wedding where the Doctor crashes it and blows up the Daleks because he thought they were misbehaving, only to then look around and see his mistake and apologize.
Do only older people still use doilies? Or have younger people starting using them too? I have no idea. I just know that this TARDIS doily is something that both you and your grandparents can agree on.
So the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special has come and gone and it left us with some amazing memories. Like when the three Doctors were all wielding three different sonic screwdrivers. There’s also John Hurt’s memorable line of “Those are screwdrivers, not weapons.
If you are a big fan of Doctor Who, odds are you have more than a few Who themed items around your house. If it stays cold for very long in your neck of the woods, you may have one of those things you lay in front of the door to block cold air from getting in.
Check out this Doctor Who cupcake that looks just like the 11th Doctor. It shows us that that Steven Moffat really missed the boat with the latest regeneration. Why couldn’t he have regenerated into a delicious cupcake?
Fans of Minecraft and Doctor Who will love this mashup cake and want one for their own birthday. This amazing-looking Dark Chocolate Cake with Light Caramel Frosting was made by Chef JB Cada and Stephanie Santos from Quezon City, Philippines bakery The Regali Kitchen.
Doctor Whoa! Shelly Timson made this 1:3 scale TARDIS using over 4,000 LEGO bricks. As with Bill Mudron’s awesome Doctor Who historical print, Shelly made this huge model to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, artist Bill Mudron drew a timeline – timeandspaceline? – of the Time Lord’s adventures. His artwork starts with the First Doctor up until the upcoming The Day of the Doctor episode, with major events noted in between.
Etsy artist Danielle Ward makes dresses with colors and styles inspired by characters from comic books, as well as animé, sci-fi and other geeky media. Just like superheroes and their costumes, Danielle’s dresses lets you change your look.
Timelords have it so easy. They can die a jillion times and come back as a different person, who is really the same person and each time they are already an adult. No need to physically grow up at all.
Moisturize me! Moisturize me! Then experience my cheesy goodness. Lady Cassandra O’Brien.Δ17 always has problems. Like being the last living human, who is essentially a slab of skin kept alive by moisture. That was five billion years into the future.
Over the years we have seen plenty of Dalek costumes. All different kinds. And while most are great, they are far from complete. Sure, they have the eyestalk, those bumps all over the body, a bumper at the base and the required plunger arm, but they are missing something very important – the actual mutant lifeform on the inside.
Wanna keep things classy and preppy and still celebrate your love of Doctor Who? Well, this TARDIS cardigan from Her Universe is the answer to your clothing question. It will be available on Cyber Monday, otherwise known as December 2nd.